Kevin Owens has managed to win numerous championships since making his debut on the WWE main roster, and he’s feuded with some of the top names in the company.
In this year’s Superstar Shake-Up the former Universal Champion was drafted from SmackDown Live to Raw, and he recently told the Argus Leader that Raw is the place for him.
“I absolutely have a preference; I would much rather be on RAW. I’m a lot happier on RAW. I actually can’t overthink how much better I think I am on RAW than I was on Smackdown. And I don’t really know the reason why that is. I feel like I look more at home here, and I feel like I look like I belong here. It’s pretty obvious that RAW’s the place for me.”
Right now Kevin Owens is feuding with Braun Strowman, and it’s rumored that they could end up facing off at Extreme Rules next month.
At the most recent WWE pay-per-view, Money in the Bank, Owens had an unpleasant encounter with the Monster Among Men when Strowman pushed him off a 20 foot ladder through a table, and he noted that he was definitely feeling the bump the next day.
“I don’t know how well it can go when you get thrown off a 20-foot ladder. I’m definitely feeling it; it was an uneasy morning. It’s not part of the risks we take as wrestlers, but stuff like that doesn’t happen every night obviously, but when you got these ladder matches, there’s high stakes, and everybody’s trying to make a name for themselves. Everybody wants to get the MITB contract; that usually means at some point they will become champion. That’s a big deal; that’s what everybody strives for. I’m a professional, and I get used to stuff like that, but I never experienced what I did last night. But I’ll be ready to go before you know it.”